Philip Little (American, 1942)

Timeline

1857
Born in Swampscott, MA
1875–1876
Attended M.I.T. intending to go into business until contracting Typhoid Fever
1877–1880
Attended Lowell School of Design at the Institute of Technology and worked in lithograph department of Forbes Lithograph Company of Boston
1881–1882
Attended Boston’s Museum School with Frank W. Benson
1883
Exhibited for the first time at the Boston Art Club (April-May) and married Lucretia Shephard Jackson
1887–1891
Served in the Massachusetts National Guard attaining the rank of General with the Second Corps Cadets.
1892
Elected to the Salem Board of Aldermen
1898–1912
Member of the Salem School Board
1938
Married Caroline King on his 82nd birthday
1942
Died in Salem. Frank Benson was a pall bearer at his funeral at Grace Church.
1886–1997
Lived at 2 Chestnut Street, Salem, MA with Benson
Actively exhibited throughout the U.S. and Europe and maintained close ties to all the members of the Boston school of painting

Exhibitions

1942
Minneapolis Institute of Art
1928
Mussman Galleries, NYC
1924
Guild of Boston Artists
1920
Mussman Galleries, NYC
1915
Silver medal at the Panama-Pacific Expo., San Francisco
1914
Portland Maine Society of Art
1913
Colorado Springs Art Society
1910
City Art Museum of St. Louis
1909
Rowlands Galleries, Boston